The Lytle Park Hotel, Autograph Collection

A reborn Cincinnati landmark

The Lytle Park Hotel, Autograph Collection is a Cincinnati landmark in the city’s oldest neighborhood. The classic neo-Tudor architecture stands out as a totem of history that celebrates both past and present through the striking design of San Francisco-based firm ForrestPerkins, which joined two turn-of-the-century brick buildings.

Opened in 2020, the hotel encapsulates the vibrant and personable vibe of the historic neighborhood — especially in the atrium. The light, bright space brings the adjacent Lytle Park into its design with 18-foot-high trees and expansive greenery under a vaulted glass ceiling. You’ll want to linger in the bar positioned in the middle of the atrium, but there’s much more to explore.

Savor a taste of Northern Italy at Subito restaurant; gaze at the city at the one-of-a-kind, all-seasons rooftop bar; or make use of the 11,000 square feet of meeting space before retiring to one of the 106 spacious guest rooms with warm woods and deep blues.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Location is everything. The Cincinnati hotel conveniently resides in Lytle Park, one of the most historic and picturesque neighborhoods of the city. It sits across the street from the Taft Museum of Art and is within walking distance of the Great American Ball Park, Fountain Square and downtown.
  • Get views of the city and the Ohio River at Vista at Lytle Park, Cincinnati’s only four-season rooftop venue. Retractable glass walls allow for indoor and outdoor gatherings, a fireplace adds a cozy vibe and you can order craft cocktails or mocktails and bites like totchos and salmon sliders.
  • The two-story lobby’s park-like landscape dotted with 18-foot-high trees, gold and white wall-covering cutout screens of flowers and leaves and sun streaming through the glass ceiling makes for an inviting place to linger. We especially like the circular gold bar and its cascade of raindrop-like lights.
  • The hotel’s turn-of-the-century story is evident in historic design elements, like a Rookwood water fountain and the stately brick neo-Tudor exterior. Once known as the Anna Louise Inn, the property was built to provide safe housing for young women from rural areas coming to Cincinnati for work.
  • Subito brings Northern Italian cuisine to the Queen City in the form of antipasti (like fritto misto), made-from-scratch pasta (like cacio e pepe), stone-oven pizzas (like the bresaola with aged wagyu), fresh seafood (like branzino) and juicy steaks (like the 36-ounce Piedmontese tomahawk). The elegant dining room opens up in warmer weather with floor-length, retractable windows and an infrared heated floor.

The Rooms

  • The 106 oversized guest rooms average 450 square feet and draw on the adjacent park for its inspiration. You’ll find warm woods, floral carpeting and leafy art.
  • Enjoy comforts like Frette linens, Nespresso coffeemakers and marble bathrooms with rain showers and Diptyque toiletries.
  • Amp up your stay in one of the 18 suites — request one overlooking the river.

24-hour room service
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Getting There
311 Pike Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
NeighborhoodLytle Park Historic District
CVG (27 min)   LUK (10 min)  
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